Spatially resolved omics technologies have emerged quite recently during the last years, and may provide new insights into the spatial organization of complex multicellular biological systems.
The SciLifeLab Spatial Omics facility offers access to technology for spatially resolved RNA, protein and small molecule analyses of histological tissue sections. The platform comprises expertise around four state-of the-art technologies (Figure 1), established at SciLifeLab: In situ sequencing, spatial-transcriptomics using 10x Visium, and spatial proteomics using highly multiplexed immunofluorecence with the CODEX platform. From 2021 spatial analysis of small molecules in tissue sections is offered as a service, using mass spectrometry imaging (page under construction).
Figure 1 – Overview of the technologies provided in the SciLifeLab Spatial Omics platform
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